Andre Hill is an Associate in the firm’s Commercial Transactions Practice Group where his practice centres on finance, banking and commercial law. He recently advised a prospective purchaser on the requirements surrounding a chargee’s power of sale of property and assets worth US$30 million.

Andre graduated from Loughborough University with a Bachelor of Science Degree, with Upper Second Class Honours in Accounting and Financial Management in 2011 and obtained a Bachelor of Laws degree with Upper Second Class Honours in 2014 from City University in London. He completed the Bar Professional Training Course at the same institution and obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Legal Skills after earning a “Very Competent” grade in the Bar examinations. In 2016, Andre obtained a Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School in Kingston, Jamaica. He further earned a Master of Laws with Distinction in Professional Legal Skills from City University London in 2016.

Andre was called to the England & Wales Bar in 2015 as a member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. In 2016, he was called to the Bar of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court. A native of Antigua, Andre joined Higgs & Johnson in 2017 as a Registered Associate.

Education

  • City University, Master of Laws (LLM), Professional and Legal Skills (Degree with Distinction), England
  • Norman Manley Law School, Legal Education Certificate, Jamaica
  • City University, Postgraduate Diploma, Professional and Legal Skills (Very Competent) Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (Upper Second Class Honors), England
  • Loughborough University, Bachelor of Science (BSc) Accounting and Financial Management (Upper Second Class Honors), England

Bar admissions

  • Antigua & Barbuda, 2016
  • England and Wales, 2015

Professional memberships

The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

Experience

Advised a prospective purchaser on the requirements surrounding a chargee’s power of sale of property and assets worth US$30 million.

Andre Hill is an Associate in the firm’s Commercial Transactions Practice Group where his practice centres on finance, banking and commercial law. He recently advised a prospective purchaser on the requirements surrounding a chargee’s power of sale of property and assets worth US$30 million.

Andre graduated from Loughborough University with a Bachelor of Science Degree, with Upper Second Class Honours in Accounting and Financial Management in 2011 and obtained a Bachelor of Laws degree with Upper Second Class Honours in 2014 from City University in London. He completed the Bar Professional Training Course at the same institution and obtained a Post Graduate Diploma in Professional Legal Skills after earning a “Very Competent” grade in the Bar examinations. In 2016, Andre obtained a Legal Education Certificate from the Norman Manley Law School in Kingston, Jamaica. He further earned a Master of Laws with Distinction in Professional Legal Skills from City University London in 2016.

Andre was called to the England & Wales Bar in 2015 as a member of the Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn. In 2016, he was called to the Bar of the Eastern Caribbean Supreme Court. A native of Antigua, Andre joined Higgs & Johnson in 2017 as a Registered Associate.

Education

  • City University, Master of Laws (LLM), Professional and Legal Skills (Degree with Distinction), England
  • Norman Manley Law School, Legal Education Certificate, Jamaica
  • City University, Postgraduate Diploma, Professional and Legal Skills (Very Competent) Bachelor of Laws (LLB) (Upper Second Class Honors), England
  • Loughborough University, Bachelor of Science (BSc) Accounting and Financial Management (Upper Second Class Honors), England

Bar admissions

  • Antigua & Barbuda, 2016
  • England and Wales, 2015

Professional memberships

The Honourable Society of Lincoln’s Inn

Experience

Advised a prospective purchaser on the requirements surrounding a chargee’s power of sale of property and assets worth US$30 million.